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Studies in the history of English commerce in the Tudor period : I. The organization and early history of the Muscovy company, by Armand J. Gerson : II. English trading expeditions into Asia under the authority of the Muscovy company (1557-1581) by Earnest V. Vaughn : III. English trade in the Baltic during the reign of Elizabeth, by Neva Ruth Deardorff

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Studies in the history of English commerce in the Tudor period : I. The organization and early history of the Muscovy company, by Armand J. Gerson : II. English trading expeditions into Asia under the authority of the Muscovy company (1557-1581) by Earnest V. Vaughn : III. English trade in the Baltic during the reign of Elizabeth, by Neva Ruth Deardorff


Published 1912
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Publisher Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania ; New York : D. Appleton
Pages 372
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number AJF-3324
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Book contributor Robarts - University of Toronto
Collection robarts; toronto

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